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Trusted and accurate information and resources that support student health and wellbeing.
Information on this guide does not replace care provided by medical practitioners and other qualified health professionals.
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STRONG MAGAZINE aims to empower girls to be the best version of themselves by presenting them with strong female role models, and encouraging their interests and passions, wherever they may lie.
Senior Wellbeing | Online resources: Australian student wellbeing hub
Australian Student Wellbeing Hub
The Student Wellbeing Hub provides information and resources for students, teachers and parents to assist them to create and maintain a safe and welcoming school environment. It is guided by the Australian Student Wellbeing Framework, with resources aligned to the Australian Curriculum, for the promotion of student wellbeing and the development of respectful relationships. The Student Wellbeing Hub has been developed by Education Services Australia for the Australian Government Department of Education and Training.
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Better Health Channel
The Better Health Channel provides health and medical information. This information is: quality-assured and reliable, up-to-date, locally relevant, and easy to understand. The information on this site aims to help people understand and manage their health and medical conditions. It does not replace care provided by medical practitioners and other qualified health professionals. The Better Health Channel is fully funded by the Victorian Government, with no commercial advertising or corporate sponsorship. (Better Health Channel, n.d.)
Health Translations is an initiative from the Victorian Government. They aim to improve the health and wellbeing of people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds. They do this by providing health professionals and community members with reliable, accurate, and up to date health and wellbeing information in over 100 languages. (Health Translations, n.d.)
CareerGirls.org is a comprehensive video-based career exploration and readiness tool for girls. It’s free to use, and free of ads. CareerGirls.org has one of the largest online collection of career guidance videos focusing exclusively on diverse and accomplished women — over 250 of whom are in STEM fields — and they add to it weekly.